Tag: business

Energy Focus, Research and development, Technology

Energy sector stepping up to cyber threats

Energy is a strategic industry sector, which, like others, is grappling with a growing number of evolving cyber-security threats. “There are opportunities throughout the life-cycle for threat actors to attack the system, disrupt services, steal information, and gain from security lapses,” says Duncan Page, cyber specialist PWC. For many, Page […]

Energy World

Energy start-ups fit for the Dragon’s Den?

The opportunities for new and innovative approaches to the energy business have never been greater yet energy start-ups – just like most new businesses – often have trouble raising up-front capital. Many energy start-ups require little in terms of money or supplies at the beginning since their ideas have gone […]

advertorial, Copy writing, Corporate Journalism, Decommissioning, Press Release, Quatre Ltd

Pushing the boundaries of decommissioning

By Nicholas Newman www.nicnewmanoxford.com Today, the energy business is changing how it operates, whether drilling for oil and gas or generating electricity from the wind. This means acting in a sustainable and environmentally responsible manner by applying corporate social responsibility principles to the planning, funding, and eventual decommissioning of projects. Simply […]

Energy, Eniday, Gas, Oil, Petroleum Review, Pipeline Gas Journal, Power, Technology

Recent work in June

Here are a few examples describing or introducing some of my recent energy journalism, copywriting and other corporate communication work, which I have completed for various clients during the month of June. Content Cloud Biomass Market Prospects A look at the investment prospects of investing in biomass heat and power […]

Energy Saving, Energy Security, Energy Storage, Renewables, Telegraph

The business benefits of using renewable electricity

Nicholas Newman Telegraph 8 March 2017 The business sector is the largest consumer of power in the country, buying around 56 per cent of all the UK’s electricity. At this level it is clear that even a modest switch to renewable power could take a big step towards the government’s […]